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    The Court Orders they send out have false assertions in them, lies and
    seek to dismiss cases rather then hear them.

    Federal Judges Suffering Amnesia
    J.A.I.L. News Journal
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    Los Angeles,
    California**************************************** *September*18,
    2003
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    Federal Judges Suffering Amnesia
    More and more in our complicated world of investment businesses, federal
    judges are having to apologize when caught in conflicts of interest,
    with the words, "Sorry, I just didn't remember that I owned corporate
    stock in that company*which is litigating before me." This conflict of
    interest is becoming so common place that*they generally argue
    the*same defense, i.e., they just didn't know.
    *
    What's more is that none of these judges suffer any punishment for their
    clear violations of*law. In other words, the message is established,
    "Ignorance by judges is an irrefutable*defense." But with everyone
    else, ignorance*is no excuse!*Just ask*those that were at the top
    executive positions of Enron,*and*other corporate scandals wherein
    ignorance was claimed.
    *
    Just imagine a system if all*thieves had to do at worse when*caught
    was*return what*they stole.*Yet, this is clearly the standard set
    for federal judges*caught engaging in deciding cases in which they own
    stock.
    *
    This conflict is becoming so common-place, it would imply that every
    federal judge should*ethically post outside his courtroom a complete
    and true list of everything of which the judge owns so anyone with a
    case in his court could see before entering court*if the judges
    had*a conflict of interest. However, when such issues are
    raised*on*this point, there has been*every blockage raised from
    federal judges claiming privacy from having to*reveal their holdings.
    Just try to probe into the holdings of any federal judge in which you
    have a case, and see how far you get. The only way you can find out is
    if it becomes a matter of open publicity.
    *
    Who in their wildest imagination could ever attempt to justify such a
    unaccountable system*as that enjoyed by*federal judges. But this is
    the benefits granted federal judges for serving as the
    protective*alligators in the mote that surrounds the Executive and
    Legislative Castle. As hand-in-glove, they*must each protect*one
    another, clearly establishing the need for judicial accountability
    offered by J.A.I.L.* - Ron Branson
    *
    New York Daily News
    http://www.nydailynews.com
    Fed judges in stocks
    By GREG B. SMITH
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Monday, September 15th, 2003
    In July 1997, Manhattan Federal Judge Milton Pollack awarded $29 million
    to Chase Manhattan Bank in a routine contract dispute, the kind that
    shows up in courts every day. The case was ordinary - the ruling was
    anything but.
    *
    At the time, Pollack and his family owned up to $300,000 worth of stock
    in the beneficiary of his ruling: Chase. Even after Pollack said he
    realized he owned Chase stock, records show he then sold it for a gain
    of $50,000 to $100,000 - and stayed on the case anyway.
    Last week, an appeals court vacated Pollack's award, calling the veteran
    judge's conflict "an abuse of discretion" and ordering that a different
    Manhattan federal judge take the case.
    But Pollack is not the only judge whose stock holdings raise
    conflict-of-interest questions. The Daily News found several other New
    York federal judges who owned stock in companies involved in lawsuits in
    their courts.
    Strictly prohibited
    With a rise in the number of New York-based shareholder suits since the
    1990s Wall Street bubble burst, such judicial conflicts - which the law
    strictly prohibits - have become increasingly difficult to avoid,
    experts say. "I can't understand why any judge sitting in New York would
    own stock in any company likely to litigate in New York," said lawyer
    Daniel Levitt, who successfully appealed Pollack's ruling. "New York
    judges should not be owning stock in financial houses, banks, Verizon.
    These are the people who wind up in their courts."
    The law states clearly that federal judges must recuse themselves from
    cases involving parties in which they have any financial interest. But
    no one judges the judges, who are appointed by the President to
    $136,000-a-year jobs for life. They are supposed to monitor
    themselves.*"It is a self-policing system and it is destined to break
    down from time to time," said Steven Lubet, a law professor at
    Northwestern University's Chicago campus.
    Manhattan and Brooklyn federal courts are no exception. A review of
    court records and financial disclosure forms found several sitting
    judges with possible conflicts of interest. ....
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    "..it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate,
    tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.." - Samuel
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    striking at the
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    <evn7@webtv.net> wrote in message
    news:2267-41142815-542@storefull-3132.bay.webtv.net...
    [...] "I can't understand why any judge sitting in New York would
    own stock in any company likely to litigate in New York," said lawyer
    Daniel Levitt, who successfully appealed [bad judge] Pollack's ruling. "New
    York
    judges should not be owning stock in financial houses, banks, Verizon.
    These are the people who wind up in their courts."
    The law states clearly that federal judges must recuse themselves from
    cases involving parties in which they have any financial interest. But
    no one judges the judges, who are appointed by the President to
    $136,000-a-year jobs for life.
    ^^^^^^^

    Bullllllllll ****tttttttt. They serve during good behavior. Look at your
    Constitution, and some of them like Pollack should be hauled before the
    Senate on a bill of impeachment.



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    jls wrote:
    <evn7@webtv.net> wrote in message news:2267-41142815-542@storefull-3132.bay.webtv.net... [...] "I can't understand why any judge sitting in New York would own stock in any company likely to litigate in New York," said lawyer Daniel Levitt, who successfully appealed [bad judge] Pollack's ruling. "New York judges should not be owning stock in financial houses, banks, Verizon. These are the people who wind up in their courts." The law states clearly that federal judges must recuse themselves from cases involving parties in which they have any financial interest. But no one judges the judges, who are appointed by the President to $136,000-a-year jobs for life. ^^^^^^^ Bullllllllll ****tttttttt. They serve during good behavior. Look at your Constitution, and some of them like Pollack should be hauled before the Senate on a bill of impeachment.
    And the chances of *that* are slim and none. Thomas Jefferson called
    impeachment a farce, and I have yet to see any evidence that he has been
    ever proven wrong.

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